Youth 4 Youth iSummit #TogetherWeThrive

Concord-based has partnered once again with the creators of the Netflix docudrama, The Social Dilemma, to host its second Youth4Youth iSummit, October 14-17 – featuring several Concord speakers.

Digital natives are tired of being the guinea pig for big tech companies and are taking their message to the global stage. More than 100 youth speakers are confirmed to speak on topics ranging from digital addiction, suicide, ethical AI, sexual exploitation, and the undeniable impact of Instagram on girls’ mental health.

The Y4Y iSummit is a catalyst for uniting, amplifying, and mobilizing youth advocates and their allies who are taking bold actions to create a healthy, more inclusive, and ethical digital world. Last year, representatives from 38 countries attended what is believed to be the largest known gathering of youth changemakers committed to reimagining and redesigning a digital world in which young people can genuinely thrive. Hosted LIVE from the U.S (Concord), the UK, and India, attendance at this year’s event is expected to double.

Some big names have stepped up to support and amplify the movement, including:
– English Premier League star, Nedum Onuoha, who will discuss social media and racism
– Deval Patrick, Co-Chair of the Future of Tech Commission and former Governor of Massachusetts, will lead a discussion and Q&A with youth leaders
– Marissa Meizz, Tik Tok influencer and founder of No More Lonely Friends will discuss the need for face-to-face human connection
– Senator Edward Markey will issue a call to political action and support for the KIDS Act
– Amanda LaCount, hip hop dancer, choreographer, model, and influencer, will discuss her body positivity movement to #breakthestereotype
– Jenk Oz, UK-based activist, social entrepreneur, and influencer will discuss the power of “clicktivism” and the true ability of a “like” to change the world

Tickets are limited, so register to attend today by visiting

We hope to see you on the global stage!

From Diet Myths to Body Bliss – Intuitive Eating for Mindful Wellness

Armed with the ability to recognize diet culture and its covert operation in your daily life, you’re ready to learn how to cultivate true health and wellness. Together, we’ll examine principles of Intuitive Eating and the importance of interoceptive awareness, our body’s natural way to communicate through the senses. Discover what you can do to feel sane, healthy and at peace with your body. It’s not as obvious as you might think – the research-backed methods we’ll discuss may surprise you!

(This is part of a two session series, attend one or both – the other session is the week before on September 21; see our website for more details.)

Be Well Be Here offers scholarship and subsidies so ALL can be included regardless of ability to pay – simply fill out the BWBH Scholarship Form.